You’re lost, and to top it off, you have no idea what time it is. No worries – Porsche Design’s P’6520 Compass Watch will get you out of that jam.
The newest addition to Porsche Design’s timepiece collection, the P’6520 Compass Watch was inspired by its predecessor, first built in 1978 by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche. Pulling double duty as a watch and a compass, the P’6520 is made out of anti-allergenic titanium. This metal is not magnetic and won’t affect the magnetic needle of the compass.
It features a three-hand watch with luminescent hands that’s powered by a SW300 Sellita movement. When you want to know where you’re heading, just flip up the watch part and you’ll find a liquid compass (this part can easily be detached). It also comes with a scratch-resistant mirror that sits at a 45-degree angle and is water resistant of up to 50 meters. There’s no price attached to the P’6520 Compass Watch yet, but you can find out more about it on the Porsche Design online store.
[Source: Top Speed]